Visual Stylin' with CSS3 shows you how to add visual richness to your Web pages using the latest CSS techniques. Aimed at designers and developers who already have experience with CSS, this richly illustrated eBook is packed with design ideas that will build your skills and inspire your creativity.
Over 100 examples in ten categories illustrate show the practical applications of shadows, radiused corners, opacity, gradients, border images, transformations such as rotate, skew and scale, and multiple background images.
Learn how to combine shaded surfaces with shadows to give elements a 3-D appearance. See how to combine gradients and opacity to create image soft-edge masks. Discover how to create fallbacks–alternative stylings–for older browsers that don't support the newest CSS3 capabilities.
The code for every example can be downloaded, ready to go into your style sheets and be fine-tuned to your liking. Find inspiration and practical techniques to take your Web design skills to the next level in Visual Stylin' with CSS3!
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|Publisher: ||New Riders|
|Date published: || 2012|
|ISBN: ||9780133090345 (DRM-EPUB)|
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